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[ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: vorbis-tools-1.2.0-1

A new version of the vorbis-tools package, vorbis-tools-1.2.0-1, is
now available for download.

New upstream release.

>From the changelog:
 * FLAC support now relies on libFLAC
 * Support for large files
 * Fixed acinclude.m4 to properly support --no switches
 * ogg123: added remote control support
 * ogg123: fixed a bug in esd when pressing CTRL + C
 * ogg123: fixed a type mismatch in option parsing for 64 bit systems
 * ogg123: configuration no longer hardcoded to /etc
 * oggdec: limited support for chained Ogg bitstreams
 * ogg123: compiles with older versions of libcurl
 * oggdec: support decoding of multiple files into a single one
 * oggenc: -k, switch for Skeleton bitstream encoding
 * oggenc: fixed issues with Skeleton on big endian systems
 * oggenc: proper 5.1 channel mapping support
 * oggenc: FLAC module does not confuse every Ogg file as its own
 * oggenc: compiles with older versions of libvorbis
 * ogginfo: recognizes Skeleton, Dirac, FLAC and Kate bitstreams
 * vcut: solved issues described in ticket #1313
 * vorbiscomment: support for creation of long comments
 * vorbiscomment: support for multiplexed Vorbis
 * Several minor bug fixes

vorbis-tools contains oggenc (an encoder) and ogg123 (a playback
tool). It also has vorbiscomment (to add comments to vorbis files),
ogginfo (to give all useful information about an ogg file, including
streams in it), oggdec (a simple command line decoder), and vcut
(which allows you to cut up vorbis files).

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